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HI

When I analyise the competitor, I cannot find the EPS for Virgin Blue Holdings on the finance link of the website you gave me.

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    Virgin Blue is not making any earnings. That is probably why you can not find them.

    VIRGIN BLUE HLDGS (VBHLF) As of: 05/25/2011, 10:26am
    Last Trade [tick] 0.3196[nc] Volume 0
    Net Change 0.0000 52 Week High 0.4666 on 10/18/2010
    Net Change % 0.00% 52 Week Low 0.2050 on 08/18/2010
    Bid 0.3050 Ex. Dividend Date 11/22/2005
    Bid Size 5,000 Dividend Pay Date 12/15/2005
    Ask 0.3280 Dividend Rate 0.2500
    Ask Size 5,000 P/E Ratio 0.0000
    Bid Exchange OTC Other Yield 0.00%
    Ask Exchange OTC Other Split Factor 0.00
    Last Trade Exchange N/A EPS 0.00
    Open 0.0000 Currency USD
    Day High 0.0000 Primary Exchange OTC Other
    Day Low 0.0000
    Stock Research (VBHLF)

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    Wait what? How can it not be making any earnings?

  • Economics - ,

    I couldn't find anything either. You may want to choose a different industry.

  • Economics - ,

    LOL They have not paid a dividend since 2005

    Easy - They are losing money.

  • Economics - ,

    Wait, I was just on the VIrgin Blue Annual Report and it says its earnings per share is 1cent...

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    If they are loosing money it would explain why there entire annual report is rather confusing and they just refer to the EPS before telling you on page 54 its one cent...

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    I think that might be a nominal penny.

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    Whats a nominal penny?

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    http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/earnings/earnings.asp?ticker=VBA:AU

    Note - It says "price/earnings ratio not meaningful"

    They just put a penny there as a placekeeper in the report to show it was not just forgotten but really was negligible.

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